Social Workers, Be Prepared for "13 Reasons Why," Season 2 - New Toolkit Helps With Resources and Guidance

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This is a great resource. I read over the Tool Kit. It has terrific resources, YouTube video's and ways to better address and identify narrative hits and misses from the show. Please, if you are a clinician who is uncomfortable with discussing suicide, sexual assault or bullying with your client's, get support for your client immediately AND work to build your comfort level. We need open and honest discussions, now more than ever. Our adolescents and young adults need to know we have their back without flinching. Thank you, NSW for this resource. I found it to be very helpful.

Lori Morse more than 4 years ago


I am glad you found the toolkit to be a great resource! We thought so, too. I want to clarify that The New Social Worker did not create the toolkit, but we thought it was so useful that we wanted to share it with our readers. It was developed by SAVE (Suicide Awareness Voices of Education), in collaboration with a group of mental health professionals. more than 4 years ago

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